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Project Syndicate 05/02/13
The BRICs are financing infrastructure and sustainable development at home and in other developing countries.
Creative Time 04/19/13
Art bears a unique responsibility in the search for truth, writes Ai Weiwei as he prepares a budding Chinese civil society to imagine change.
Seth Kaplan 04/09/13
Fragile states that do not first forge a social covenant will later find it difficult to codify justice in a social contract.
Worldwatch Institute 04/01/13
Rather than engaging in trade disputes, the United States should establish its own solar capacity targets to stimulate additional demand for solar equipment.
Harris Gleckman 03/22/13
The World Economic Forum is advocating a move toward coalitions of the willing and able for solving global problems. Will it work?
Project Syndicate 02/28/13
NASA needs a compelling mission that is relevant to current global affairs. Obama should apply NASA expertise to questions of geoengineering.
Josh Lasky 02/06/13
The ease with which sustainability rolls off the tongue these days far surpasses our understanding of it or our implementation. A few changes in attitude could be helpful.
Devin T. Stewart 01/03/13
Between territorial disputes, cultural incoherence, and divided views on the role of the state, don't expect an Asian Century to start anytime soon, says Devin T. Stewart.
Project Syndicate 12/10/12
Is humanity running out of ideas, or just easy access to credit? Kenneth Rogoff critiques Garry Kasparov on whether technology has stagnated.
Center for Global Development 12/06/12
We wouldn't send salads as food relief to a starving country, so why is the Overseas Private Investment Corporation doing the equivalent in the energy sector?
James Farrer 11/20/12
The United States can be effective in its pivot toward Asia by using its influence to help resolve territorial disputes and defuse the rightward lurch in China and Japan.
Eric Zencey 11/01/12
This election gives us a choice between two clearly different paths. Will we take the first halting steps toward developing a sustainable civilization, or will we stay the course with infinite-planet economics?
Shin-pei Tsay 10/09/12
As geographies of innovation and sites of citizen power, cities have become the critical link in global efforts to deal with climate change.
Christian Barry, Jonathan Simon 10/01/12
Asylum seekers who come to Australia by boat have been accused of jumping the queue in the immigration process, but are they really gaining an unfair advantage?
Project Syndicate 09/27/12
Swedish pensions. Canadian health care. Costa Rican happiness. American science. By opening our eyes to policy successes abroad, we would speed the path to national improvement in countries around the world.